Automovill launches vehicle accidental claims app for insurance agents

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 15 Feb 2022


Bangalore-based full-stack mobility start-up Automovill has launched what it claims is India's first accidental claims app for insurance agents/brokers. The application will help the start-up to build an interface with over 100,000 agents across 20,000 pin codes in India.

At present, the app is available for android device and by June-22 it will be launched for the iOS users too. It will function as a complete motor insurance platform serving end-to-end connecting agents, car owners and the brand to facilitate any motor claim, simultaneously providing transparency in terms of claims, offerings, cost, and services. An agent can simply sign up and register a claim case from the client, this case would further be summitted with Automovill and upon estimate generation the insurer will process it further. The process and status will be visible to the agent on the app.

Mridu Mahendra Das, co-founder and CEO, Automovill said, “The idea behind launching this app is to reduce the claim-cost by bringing in more efficiency to the system for all the stake holders (insurance companies and customers).  As on date Automovill is the leader in handling Motor claims across India, providing not less than a 40 percent cost reduction compared to authorised service providers. We understand the true estimates and can add speed and transparency to the entire system. This makes it easier for agents, and customers to book and facilitate the claim. The app will solve that procedure for everyone.”

The start-up says the application will be further developed in-house into an advanced AI system to support insurance claim estimation procedure. The technology will be used in detecting vehicle damage like dents and generating estimates of insurance claims. It will handle the further process of sending the estimate and getting approvals from the insurers too, thus reducing any discrepancies.

In phase 1 Automovill aims to onboard at least 20,000 agents across the country, and service about 100,000 claims in the ongoing calendar year through the app.